Flowers on the Farm

One of our goals as farmers is to have something blooming whenever possible.  Flowers provide food for pollinators and beneficial insects and also help feed our spirits throughout the season.  Often, weeds such as Queen Anne’s lace are allowed to flower prior to mowing or cultivating.  Other volunteer winter weeds such as common groundsel flower early in the year, providing food for our native pollinators before our food crops flower.  We hope you enjoy viewing some of our favorite farm flowers!